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Which theme should be next in my TV sitcom Heist series?

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Re: [DAY 2] Seinfeld Mafia

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Post by Golf » Wed Oct 11, 2017 10:39 pm

Also kinda shocked Jerry not NKed N1 when he's probably the SPK -- I have no idea who Kramer is even.

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Re: [DAY 2] Seinfeld Mafia

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Post by Hotel » Wed Oct 11, 2017 10:44 pm

Mrs Constanza, what is an "SPK"?

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Re: [DAY 2] Seinfeld Mafia

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Post by Golf » Wed Oct 11, 2017 10:46 pm

SPK = Strong Player Kill

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Re: [DAY 2] Seinfeld Mafia

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Post by Golf » Wed Oct 11, 2017 10:52 pm

George, you're my least liked poster so far from the few people I can remember and I don't even know why.

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Re: [DAY 2] Seinfeld Mafia

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Post by Golf » Wed Oct 11, 2017 10:53 pm

George Steinbrenner wrote:
Wed Oct 11, 2017 9:11 pm
David Puddy wrote:
Wed Oct 11, 2017 9:03 pm
More distrust:
Jackie Chiles
Frank Costanza
What's not to trust about Jackie Chiles? He looks like a damn fine attorney from where I stand. Damn fine! If you have dirt on the man, my people and I wanna hear it, buster! The same goes for Costanza's father. I don't always see eye to eye with the man, there's no arguing that. But I still need to hear from you on the matter! You say you trust me. I like to think that I'm a trustworthy man. Somebody people can talk to. Big Stein's all ears! Tell me what you see in all these people. Lists of reads and names are better than nothing, but words are what we're here for!
This post in particular pinged me.

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Re: [DAY 2] Seinfeld Mafia

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Post by Golf » Wed Oct 11, 2017 10:59 pm

Submitted a vote in case I missed EOD. Hopefully will be here.

Out for real

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Re: [DAY 2] Seinfeld Mafia

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Post by November » Wed Oct 11, 2017 10:59 pm

Estelle Costanza wrote:
Wed Oct 11, 2017 10:53 pm
George Steinbrenner wrote:
Wed Oct 11, 2017 9:11 pm
David Puddy wrote:
Wed Oct 11, 2017 9:03 pm
More distrust:
Jackie Chiles
Frank Costanza
What's not to trust about Jackie Chiles? He looks like a damn fine attorney from where I stand. Damn fine! If you have dirt on the man, my people and I wanna hear it, buster! The same goes for Costanza's father. I don't always see eye to eye with the man, there's no arguing that. But I still need to hear from you on the matter! You say you trust me. I like to think that I'm a trustworthy man. Somebody people can talk to. Big Stein's all ears! Tell me what you see in all these people. Lists of reads and names are better than nothing, but words are what we're here for!
This post in particular pinged me.
Why?

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Re: [DAY 2] Seinfeld Mafia

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Post by Charlie » Wed Oct 11, 2017 11:01 pm

David Puddy wrote:
Wed Oct 11, 2017 9:02 pm
Trust:
(You) Jerry
George Steinbrenner
(Me) David Puddy

Distrust:
Uncle Leo
The Soup Nazi
But why? I thought I was alright? Does this mean I can't get the insider's deal?

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Re: [DAY 2] Seinfeld Mafia

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Post by November » Wed Oct 11, 2017 11:12 pm

That Estelle showed some real tenacity. I like what she brings to this organization. Every time you think she's done she pops back up. Had lots to say and wasn't afraid to say it. She's the best looking Costanza in more ways than one.

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Re: [DAY 2] Seinfeld Mafia

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Post by Bravo » Wed Oct 11, 2017 11:52 pm

I could lynch George.

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Re: [DAY 2] Seinfeld Mafia

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Post by Bravo » Wed Oct 11, 2017 11:52 pm

Jerry Seinfeld wrote:
Wed Oct 11, 2017 11:52 pm
I could lynch George.
Costanza.

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Re: [DAY 2] Seinfeld Mafia

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Post by November » Thu Oct 12, 2017 12:37 am

Jerry Seinfeld wrote:
Wed Oct 11, 2017 11:52 pm
Jerry Seinfeld wrote:
Wed Oct 11, 2017 11:52 pm
I could lynch George.
Costanza.
That Costanza's a real dynamo. But if you've got dirt on him, Big Stein wants to hear it!

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Re: [DAY 1] Seinfeld Mafia

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Post by India » Thu Oct 12, 2017 8:40 am


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Re: [DAY 2] Seinfeld Mafia

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Post by Lima » Thu Oct 12, 2017 9:16 am

Oh, nobody wants your soup, Kassem. I've got the armoire, and I'm not afraid to use it.

I may need someone to help move it though.

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Re: [DAY 2] Seinfeld Mafia

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Post by India » Thu Oct 12, 2017 9:29 am

Oh, I have plenty customers, you witch, enough to form a line across Fifth Avenue.

As for that armoire, you'd better sleep in it from now on or you might find it SMASHED TO PIECES.

What was your interest in voting that Puddle guy, if you switched off him?

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Re: [DAY 2] Seinfeld Mafia

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Post by Lima » Thu Oct 12, 2017 9:54 am

The Soup Nazi wrote:
Thu Oct 12, 2017 9:29 am
Oh, I have plenty customers, you witch, enough to form a line across Fifth Avenue.

As for that armoire, you'd better sleep in it from now on or you might find it SMASHED TO PIECES.

What was your interest in voting that Puddle guy, if you switched off him?
:eek:

I just realized- he used the move.

Vote David Putty

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Re: [DAY 2] Seinfeld Mafia

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Post by Lima » Thu Oct 12, 2017 10:07 am

So, if I'm right to break up with David, who taught him the move? :suspish:

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Re: [DAY 2] Seinfeld Mafia

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Post by Lima » Thu Oct 12, 2017 10:11 am

Who taught him the move, Jerry?

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Re: [DAY 2] Seinfeld Mafia

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Post by India » Thu Oct 12, 2017 10:19 am

I only know one move.

It's showing you the exit.

OUT! OUT!

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Re: [DAY 2] Seinfeld Mafia

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Post by Lima » Thu Oct 12, 2017 10:21 am

Maybe someone can get a mannequin and demonstrate the move. :suspish:

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Re: [DAY 2] Seinfeld Mafia

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Post by Alpha » Thu Oct 12, 2017 10:44 am

The roleplay has indeed made it challenging to get real reads into this as sincerity levels drop when everyone's focused on being in character so it looks like everyone's putting up an act. Maybe the hardest game I've played so far.

Apologies for the lack of posts but I had previous commitments this week. I'll be reading and catching up in the next few hours so expect incoming posts.

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Re: [DAY 2] Seinfeld Mafia

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Post by Juliet » Thu Oct 12, 2017 1:12 pm

So I've just about read everything I'm going to and I have 3 specific points of interest.

What are our thoughts on Jerry? He's a troublemaker.

What are our thoughts on Elaine? She's here, but what has she contributed?

What happened to the Soup Nazi voters? What changed your mind?

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Post by India » Thu Oct 12, 2017 1:19 pm

Ok, time for a customer review. I'd rather do my job serving soup and enjoy some muhal'labia afterwards, but I hear some of you demanding of me to play whatever we're playing here.

You know what you should be demanding? Soup.

But you can't, can you? Because NO SOUP FOR YOU!

Danny Pooby

Agrees with Lawyer man on Yankees mogul throwing pointless blame on Leo. Empty post.
Prods me for banning awful customers. Decent inquiry.
Exaggerates by considering me suspicious. You go to hell!!
Swift, but lax rebuttal.
Idiotic assumption I would off my best customers.
Suddenly trusts Yankees mogul and distrusts lawyer man, despite one Day earlier having felt the other way around. Unsubstantiated list.
Whatever this means.

Not exactly exemplary - in fact, I doubt he'd be able to order a soup properly without making a mess of himself. But in light of getting so many votes, I can help feeling he might be a low-hanging fruit right now. And I don't like to leave my fruits hanging. I'd smash them promptly to make fine juice out of them. The only post that really made my moustache twitch was that switch to Yankees yay, Lawman nay.

Evil Hex

Pointless survey. I expect her to bite the bullet tonight, considering her claim, plus have no confidence in her pointing her gun at the right person.

Mrs. Costanza

Didn't bother me for any soup, but surprisingly enough thoughts on others, despite the brevity.
Very good profile on me, well done.
Her reads are always short, and I took her more for a gossiper, still none of them made me squint.
Potentially good customer. Come buy my soup!

Buffoon Sr.

Less words than my two wives combined. And they're not allowed to speak in my presence!

Family feud.
Wants my soup.
Voted Kramer why?
Still prods his son, but likes Yankees mogul.
Finally using best leitmotif ever in the goddamn show.
Picks on Pewdie.

Don't understand any on his leads and votes thus far - at least not in a confident way. Son prodding oscillating between roleplay and yelling without doing anything concrete in his direction. Bonus points for endorsing my soup, still, under scrutiny.

Buffoon Jr.

Roleplay or veiled omgus
Disturbed me at work.
Blame throwing back at his bud for the Newman fiasco.
Redeems himself with better questions.
Even more decent inquiry.
Bullsuit
Joins the boo hoo hoo roleplay is hard wagon.

Messy, especially with that hypocritical backlash at Seinfeld. But would also deem it insubstiantial. To make a clear read on him right now would be like trying to squeeze a potato.

Oligarch

Good grief. More talking than when I was in war and Jewish enemies begged me not to [CENSORED BY NBC].

Poke at Leo, of all people. Why?
Voted Newman why?
Jumps on Peterman for jumping on others.
Prods evil witch.
Prods his employee.
Prods Buddy.
Long talk with Seinfeld to make himself look invested.
Prods Costanza.
Vouches for lawyer man.
Vouches for Mrs. Costanza.

I'm seeing too much throwing shade on nearly everyone to feel confident in this rich man working in the citizen's best interest. Those trust reads even came super late, as if to course correct himself. Probably has an affair with Mrs. Costanza, with that lawyer's legal team on standby to sweep it under the rug.

I know this looks like high energy, but I'm not feeling it. Phony, like any business man coming at my door, trying to buy me out.

Lawyer man

Dislikes baseless prodding, yet prods little man for lore. Hrmpf.
Decent pick on Costanza's baseless vote.
Vouches for Mrs. Costanza. Just like Steinbrenner!! What did I tell you?!
Dislikes Yankees mogul picking on nasty woman.
Decent rebuttal.

I disliked his early stuff, but don't have much on his recent bit. Worth a squint.

Jungle Book

What on Earth is this man babbling about. Potential sneaky roleplayer. Either that, or a complete buffoon.

Failed comedian

Too many posts. Not in the mood now. Doesn't get soup, either way.

Leo

Why pick on Seinfeld of all the Newman lynchers. Picks up on Yankees mogul's phony slander of him, but doesn't act omgusy about it. Ludicrous notion of me and evil hex putting up a fight to distract the crowd. Up your dosage, old geezer!

Some pedantic arguing over something I care little about.

That's it? Blech.

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Re: [DAY 2] Seinfeld Mafia

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Post by India » Thu Oct 12, 2017 1:21 pm

Tim Whatley wrote:
Thu Oct 12, 2017 1:12 pm
So I've just about read everything I'm going to and I have 3 specific points of interest.

What are our thoughts on Jerry? He's a troublemaker.

What are our thoughts on Elaine? She's here, but what has she contributed?

What happened to the Soup Nazi voters? What changed your mind?
Posting in front of me, ey?

NO SOUP FOR YOU!

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Re: [DAY 2] Seinfeld Mafia

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Post by Juliet » Thu Oct 12, 2017 2:21 pm

Aren't there bigger issues than who posts first?

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Re: [DAY 2] Seinfeld Mafia

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Post by Charlie » Thu Oct 12, 2017 2:29 pm

The Soup Nazi wrote:
Thu Oct 12, 2017 1:19 pm

<snip>

Leo

Why pick on Seinfeld of all the Newman lynchers. Picks up on Yankees mogul's phony slander of him, but doesn't act omgusy about it. Ludicrous notion of me and evil hex putting up a fight to distract the crowd. Up your dosage, old geezer!
Why Jerry? because he is the one that sealed Newman's fate by changing his vote (assuming no further actions were taken). If anything, that initial comment was more about me working in Jerry's incredible cousin Jeffrey, you know, at the Parks department.

I don't agree that the idea of goat kisser & evil hex working together is a "ludicrous notion."
Tim Whatley wrote:
Thu Oct 12, 2017 1:12 pm
So I've just about read everything I'm going to and I have 3 specific points of interest.

What are our thoughts on Jerry? He's a troublemaker.

What are our thoughts on Elaine? She's here, but what has she contributed?

What happened to the Soup Nazi voters? What changed your mind?
I am always suspicious of characters like Jerry who are very vocal and commanding. I agree he's a troublemaker. HOWEVER, I am usually wrong about those people being bad so I have decided to not focus any further on Jerry at this time. This is purely a personal track record issue.

Nothing has changed my mind about Soup Nazi. I am curious what has caused Puddy to distrust me. I distrust his distrust of me and left a vote for him based on that. I am actually uncomfortable voting Puddy with Jerry & Elaine as the other two votes.

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Re: [DAY 2] Seinfeld Mafia

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Post by Alpha » Thu Oct 12, 2017 2:33 pm

Estelle Costanza wrote:
Wed Oct 11, 2017 10:39 pm
Also kinda shocked Jerry not NKed N1 when he's probably the SPK -- I have no idea who Kramer is even.

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I find these kind of posts really suspicious. "Oh why are you still alive, unless you're mafiascum, they should have definitely killed you because you're outspoken but they didn't so...connect the dots"

It really doesn't sit well with me. And to come from my mother of all people....

I may be a Costanza idiot, but I definitely inherited that from my dad.
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Re: [DAY 2] Seinfeld Mafia

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Post by Alpha » Thu Oct 12, 2017 2:38 pm

Uncle Leo wrote:
Thu Oct 12, 2017 2:29 pm
The Soup Nazi wrote:
Thu Oct 12, 2017 1:19 pm

<snip>

Leo

Why pick on Seinfeld of all the Newman lynchers. Picks up on Yankees mogul's phony slander of him, but doesn't act omgusy about it. Ludicrous notion of me and evil hex putting up a fight to distract the crowd. Up your dosage, old geezer!
Why Jerry? because he is the one that sealed Newman's fate by changing his vote (assuming no further actions were taken). If anything, that initial comment was more about me working in Jerry's incredible cousin Jeffrey, you know, at the Parks department.
I agree with what you're saying to some extent, especially earlier, like right after the lynch. The fact that Jerry downplayed it too, and made it seem like he didn't have any other options (which he did have), also made me feel weary. However, it's those balls of steel on a day 1 that make me place Jerry on my safe list now. He wouldn't have drawn that much attention to himself, he made a decision that killed Newman, he stuck by it. It was a deciding vote to lynch a townie on Day 1, not something mafia would have done to blend in. There's like a 2% chance he's not who he says he is. For now, he's on my safe list.

Similarly, Elaine is on my safe list for her frustration post and revealing/not revealing her PR.

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Re: [DAY 2] Seinfeld Mafia

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Post by Alpha » Thu Oct 12, 2017 2:45 pm

George Steinbrenner wrote:
Thu Oct 12, 2017 12:37 am
Jerry Seinfeld wrote:
Wed Oct 11, 2017 11:52 pm
Jerry Seinfeld wrote:
Wed Oct 11, 2017 11:52 pm
I could lynch George.
Costanza.
That Costanza's a real dynamo. But if you've got dirt on him, Big Stein wants to hear it!
I'm interested too.

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Post by Alpha » Thu Oct 12, 2017 2:54 pm

Is it possible Elaine made her PR known as it is linked to someone else, somehow, and they both have to target the same person or something. Would explain why she went public. Or something something.

I'm reading too much into her posts and role play, probably. But if I was a one-shot, why would I role claim publically and be the next night kill? She did go rather quiet after her vocal outburst.

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Re: [DAY 2] Seinfeld Mafia

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Post by India » Thu Oct 12, 2017 3:03 pm

Uncle Leo wrote:
Thu Oct 12, 2017 2:29 pm
The Soup Nazi wrote:
Thu Oct 12, 2017 1:19 pm

<snip>

Leo

Why pick on Seinfeld of all the Newman lynchers. Picks up on Yankees mogul's phony slander of him, but doesn't act omgusy about it. Ludicrous notion of me and evil hex putting up a fight to distract the crowd. Up your dosage, old geezer!
Why Jerry? because he is the one that sealed Newman's fate by changing his vote (assuming no further actions were taken). If anything, that initial comment was more about me working in Jerry's incredible cousin Jeffrey, you know, at the Parks department.

I don't agree that the idea of goat kisser & evil hex working together is a "ludicrous notion."
I didn't ask what you agree with. In fact I couldn't care less. Get out!

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Re: [DAY 2] Seinfeld Mafia

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Post by Bravo » Thu Oct 12, 2017 3:26 pm

I wouldn't lynch George Costanza.

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Post by Bravo » Thu Oct 12, 2017 3:28 pm

Tim Whatley wrote:
Thu Oct 12, 2017 1:12 pm
So I've just about read everything I'm going to and I have 3 specific points of interest.

What are our thoughts on Jerry? He's a troublemaker.

What are our thoughts on Elaine? She's here, but what has she contributed?

What happened to the Soup Nazi voters? What changed your mind?
Your three points of interest are questions. I'd like points of interest which are statements, preferably with some manner of explication.

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Re: [DAY 2] Seinfeld Mafia

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Post by Bravo » Thu Oct 12, 2017 3:39 pm

I'm gonna give you some reads in the present moment, as though a gun is to my head and I must take a stance.

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Can I conceive of a decent reason to trust this player?

David Puddy - no
Elaine Benes - yes
Estelle Costanza - no
Frank Costanza - no
George Costanza - yes
George Steinbrenner - yes
J Peterman - no
Jackie Chiles - yes
Kenny Bania / Tim Whatley - no
The Soup Nazi - yes
Uncle Leo - yes

Of those marked "no", the easiest vote for me to place would presently be J Peterman. I've done so.

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Re: [DAY 1] Seinfeld Mafia

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Post by Bravo » Thu Oct 12, 2017 3:47 pm

J Peterman wrote:
Mon Oct 09, 2017 6:14 pm
What else have we got? Bania, Newman, Puddy, Leo - you haven't had a suspicion this whole meeting. For the love of God, just tell me what the suspicions are! I'll go with Newman unless we get some new ideas. You're all too quiet.

*walks out, groaning*
Mr. Steinbrenner brought this post up, and I already aired a different grievance. It's player salad.

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Peterman can stick a vote on any of these four and it will be justified in his content, free of effort, analysis, or any real pressure. This leaves a big window open to end a day phase with a vote in a number of places upon targets who're all relatively easy to lynch (and mislynch if applicable). His vote went to Newman.
J Peterman wrote:
Wed Oct 11, 2017 7:47 pm
Frank Costanza wrote:
Wed Oct 11, 2017 6:59 pm
The Soup Nazi wrote:
Wed Oct 11, 2017 5:54 pm
You lack an actual tone.
The soup man has some spunk! I'm getting heated just thinking about it! Serenity now. SERENITY NOW!
David Puddy wrote:
Wed Oct 11, 2017 6:45 pm
**Squinches nose as Mr. Soup**
And then this guy comes in here, saying he'll have some dirt on the Soup Man, and follows up with a nonsense gesture. You want to put a man in his place, you put up your fists! You don't dodge like a little girl!

Puddy, you've got less content in thread than a Chinese sweatshop T-shirt. And you're tunneling on the Nazi like a rat. I don't like it one bit.

Linki: All suspicious? Even the ones with just pictures? You suspicious of Goodnight Moon too?
Frank, we dine: I was just thinking the same thing here.

David, you're obviously lying - anyone can see that! How is that last post any less suspicious than Soup's other posts? I rather thought he's been consistent with his suspicions. You take back your tales, you vagabond!

I'd still like to hear more from quiet people, although I'm pleased to see most are talking since yesterday. Who was it that made the comment about the Estelle and "villread"? I like it. Has experience, but is not using it. And Bania, where are you? Still on Page 3? I need ideas, both of you!

I won't have them turning my office into a den of iniquity! Say something, or get your fix elsewhere! (Like on the chopping block.)
Peterman gives Puddy crap for what might be his most substantive contribution (a specific depiction of his suspicion for Soup Nazi). Peterman accuses Puddy of providing a fake, lie of a read and yet to me it looks like Peterman is better describing his own read on Puddy. This is an easy read of convenience, piggy-backed upon Frank's similar gripe.

I'll also acknowledge the problem that Peterman is celebrating the arrival of content into the thread and lamenting those who are still quiet... Peterman himself has four posts. Four.

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Re: [DAY 2] Seinfeld Mafia

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Post by Bravo » Thu Oct 12, 2017 3:48 pm

Estelle Costanza wrote:
Wed Oct 11, 2017 10:39 pm
Also kinda shocked Jerry not NKed N1 when he's probably the SPK -- I have no idea who Kramer is even.

K bai
What is the purpose of this post?

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Re: [DAY 2] Seinfeld Mafia

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Post by Alpha » Thu Oct 12, 2017 4:17 pm

Out of everyone else atm, I'd say Uncle Leo is playing with his cards close to his chest and I really don't like him voting for Puddy alongside two of his suspects but going ahead with it anyway. Reeks to me.

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Re: [DAY 2] Seinfeld Mafia

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Post by Alpha » Thu Oct 12, 2017 4:27 pm

Jerry, why are you trusting Uncle Leo?

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Re: [DAY 2] Seinfeld Mafia

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I'll have to look into Peterman a little more now that you shed light on his inconsistencies. We've certainly had our awkward moments; the buffoon accused ME of killing his mother while I kept her company on her deathbed out of the good of my heart. I EVEN SHARED MY SECRET CODE WITH HER!

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Re: [DAY 2] Seinfeld Mafia

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Post by Juliet » Thu Oct 12, 2017 5:15 pm

Jerry Seinfeld wrote:
Thu Oct 12, 2017 3:48 pm
Estelle Costanza wrote:
Wed Oct 11, 2017 10:39 pm
Also kinda shocked Jerry not NKed N1 when he's probably the SPK -- I have no idea who Kramer is even.

K bai
What is the purpose of this post?
Im glad you pointed this post out. I wondered if you would. Before Estelle answers, why do you think this post was made?

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